The iPhone SE 2 is reportedly making a comeback next year, alongside a Plus version with a much smaller bezel.
The iPhone SE initially launched in 2016 but was discontinued last year despite being positioned as an affordable, midrange device amidst a sea of 1,000 phones. Back in October, a second generation iPhone SE was said to be on the cards for release early next year, and now it seems that an iPhone SE 2 Plus is in the works for 2021.
This is coming from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who detailed his predictions in a new investor note focused on Apple's 2010/ 2021 lineup.
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While the iPhone SE will feature a 4.7-inch LCD display, the SE 2 Plus will sport a full screen design of either 5.5-inches or 6.1-inches with a Touch ID power button on the side of the device.
Obivously, this is all unconfirmed, but Kuo has a solid track record with his predictions, so this is likely to be pretty on the nose. [Ubergizmo]